Kidney disease has recently forced Clyde Simms to retire after nine seasons in MLS. Checkout the New England Soccer News article and see exactly what Simms said about his ongoing battle with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis and his soccer career.
Brian O’Connell of ESPN Boston has also reported about Clyde Simms’ retirement. Although Simms was forced to retire early at the age of 31, he made a lasting impression during his time in MLS.
Mike Scandura of MassLive.com believes that Jay Heaps has made a successful transition from player to coach with the Revolution. Read his article here and see what general manager Michael Burns thinks about the job that Heaps has done so far.